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Jews debate the ethics of kosher food supply

Rinath Jeselsohn of Newton shopped at the Butcherie, a kosher supermarket in Brookline, with her two sons, Eitan (right), 9, and Elad, 8. Rinath Jeselsohn of Newton shopped at the Butcherie, a kosher supermarket in Brookline, with her two sons, Eitan (right), 9, and Elad, 8. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / July 30, 2008

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The friend who told Susan Cetlin earlier this summer that she loves Aaron's brand kosher chicken didn't get the nod of agreement she might have expected. (Full article: 1322 words)

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